I used a random number generator and it picked page 12!
Mother just said ‘very nice, dear’ in a bored voice; while Nanny grumbled that the charcoal marks on her muslin frock were dreadful to get out, and suggested she might like to learn some nice embroidery stitches instead.
It was to Lady Tremayne that Leo had been able to pour out her dream of going to a London art school.
From the opening of Covent Garden to the Royal Academy show, from Ascot to the Royal Drawing Rooms, the London Season in rightly considered the finest and most elegant of any European capital. Young ladies preparing to make their debut in London society will feel themselves to be especially fortunate. However, they will enjoy the delights and entertainments of their first Season all the more by ensuring they are equipped with a correct understanding on etiquette: the rules that govern the proper behaviour of a young lady in society.
I just knew I would love this book. It had all the ingredients for me to love this book, and did I love it? Yes, yes I did. I loved it a lot, and I am delighted that this won’t be the only book about Sophie and Lilian.